West Somerset mansion with an impressive hall hosts antiques fair for the second time

June 7th, 2018 by markflynn

With its 18th century intricate Italian plasterwork, it is a lush setting for a civil wedding ceremony. If a church service is the choice, the unusually named 18th century Church of the Holy Ghost is at the entrance to this country house. Built for Thomas Carew in 1739 as a statement of wealth in a style described as English regional baroque, Crowcombe Court remained in the Carew family until the 1960s.

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